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Shan
03-15-2010, 03:12 PM
I have membership to an adult site and they used to provide zip files of their galleries until recently. Now I have had to download the files manually one by one which was a pain until I found out about DS, so I have installed the trial version. I am wondering how to download from this site because I cannot find a way to get the actual images - only the thumbnails.

I'll refrain from posting the actual site name in the URL, but show you what the URLs look like so you might be able to help me.

The URL to the gallery is like this:

hxxp://www.someadultsite.com/mem45xs3/pics/mncar.php?size=1024&site=photosaug6.html

The link above is to the hi-res images. They also offer low res ones at the following URL. I am only interested in getting the high res ones.

hxxp://www.someadultsite.com/mem45xs3/pics/mncar.php?site=photosaug6.htm

Now when you open the hi-res gallery, you get a thumbnail of each picture. When you mouse over each picture, you get the following URL:

hxxp://www.someadultsite.com/mem45xs3/pics/mncar.php?size=1024&site=photosaug6.html#

So basically no matter what thumbnail you mouseover, they all have that same URL (within that specific gallery). Clicking the thumbnail you get a popup window with the full size image loading and the URL of the popup is:

hxxp://www.someadultsite.com/mem45xs3/pics/detail1024.php?pic=ncar01.jpg&folder=mncar

Right clicking on the image/properties gets the following URL:

hxxp://www.someadultsite.com/mem45xs3/pics/mncar/1024/ncar01.jpg

So what I would like is for DS to be able to grab each gallery under the gallery folder name - in the example above "mncar" and then have all the HQ images within that folder. Any help would be greatly appreciated - many thanks!

Peter
03-16-2010, 08:00 AM
If you create a site download job and use the url for the gallery, set the link depth to 1 and set the 'File types' to 'Image Files', if you click 'Properties' next to the 'File types' list you will be able to limit the file size also. You can set it to ignore files less than 50kb, you can adjust the size so that it is less than a high res image but more than a thumbnail size.